“Jesus is a somebody’s child. I don’t believe in him” says Kwaku Bonsam
Kwaku Bonsam, a famous Ghanaian-born native doctor, has asserted his thoughts on the Christian God.
Speaking in a recent interview on Wontumi radio, Bonsam said the Christian God is too quiet and doesn’t punish sinners immediately.
Kwaku Bonsam said that while God is good and tolerant with many things, the small gods are not, and therefore they swiftly punish evil.
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In his words,
“Somebody has bought a phone, he places it down to go and give offertory; By the time the person returns, the phone has been stolen. If someone exhibits such conduct in the shrine, the gods will kill the person but God is patient and lenient with a lot of things. He will watch you do it and by the time He is repaying you it will be of less effect. The lesser gods do not have such patience.
“I am following the footsteps of ‘Kofi oo Kofi’. That is what will lead me to Christ. I am following the footsteps of ‘Kofi oo Kofi’ and meeting ‘God’. I don’t believe in Jesus. Jesus is somebody’s child. Where was Jesus born? Bethlehem is on earth here. ‘Kofi oo Kofi’ is a spirit.